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A Quiet Place Part II (4K UHD)

 (15,723)7.31 h 37 min2021X-RayHDRUHDPG-13
Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) continue their fight for survival in silence, now facing the terrors of the outside world in this suspenseful thriller directed by John Krasinski.
Directors
John Krasinski
Starring
Emily BluntMillicent SimmondsNoah Jupe
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SuspenseHorrorAdventureAction
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English [CC]
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Supporting actors
Cillian MurphyDjimon Hounsou
Producers
John KrasinskiMichael BayAllyson SeegerJoann PerritanoBrad FullerAndrew FormAaron Janus
Studio
Paramount Pictures
Rating
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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4.6 out of 5 stars

15723 global ratings

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Just me and my thoughts, soo just me.Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
An absolutely incredible sequal!
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It's very rare that sequels do justice to the original movie and this is one of those rare times! They did everything right with this one. They answered questions, they brought you back forward everywhere in between. The actors, of course, are just as phenomenal as always and the new additions were brilliant! They brought me in so much so that I didn't even realize I was bouncing my leg, face tight, until my son asked me what was wrong!...lol. The end was the first time a movie successfully satisfied my need to know, while simultaneously leaving an opening... for a third? Please?
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Kira S.Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
Watchable but somebody must've failed science in school
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I was hoping that the sequel would give more information about the creatures, how they got to Earth, and why they were here. All we get is what appears to be a large meteor's fiery descent across the sky. I assume that was meant to be a spaceship. Given its trajectory and proximity to Earth, it would have to have crashed. I know these creatures are hardy but not even they could survive a crash of that magnitude. Not to mention they appeared within minutes of the sighting of the meteor/spaceship's descent, which appeared to be at least 30 to 50 miles away.

The rest of the story was okay for what it was - basically a repeat of the first movie with Cillian Murphy instead of John Krasinski as the lead male. At least it does offer hope for defeating the creatures, but with the Earth's population absolutely decimated, I can't believe it really matters all that much.
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Your MomReviewed in the United States on July 26, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
We liked it
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Spoiler alert: I can only imagine the people complaining about this movie because we don’t learn the why behind the invasion probably suck the life out if most people and things they come into contact with. It was a good movie. If you liked the first you will most likely appreciate this one as well. The first focused on the personal struggle of a family. The second is the natural progression centering around that family and how they intend to move on. Why do we need the origin story of the aliens? It’s not about them. They’re here to eat people, obviously. Is it a little similar to the struggles in the first movie? Yeah. It’s the same damn aliens. Do you want to punch people for making stupid choices? Yes. Is it super suspenseful? Yep. Do the jump scares get you? Um F yes they do. The whole point is to escape for a minute and be entertained and I for one, thought it was pretty great.
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Ben WhitneyReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
I would have called this movie "Sound Is Lava"
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Another suspenseful exciting ride! Entertaining and enjoyable with those typical yell at your screen moments! I recommend taking this movie at face value. You put any sci fi under scrutiny and it quickly falls apart...this one though, is a little more delicate than most which is why I have given it 4 stars.

Electricity. What even is it? How does it even work? I turn on a switch and it is just there...that basically sums up a quiet places concept of electricity. Not much thought went into it. Somehow batteries last forever for their radio, portable amp and the mystical alien murdering hearing aid. The island village magically has power. Ok so they have a power station generating electricity and all the manpower, expertise and resources needed to run and maintain said power station. Burning coal? how do you get more coal after the first month of the apocalypse? Maybe it's wind, solar, hydroelectric, nuclear? ....on a tiny island? These usually are large scale endeavors and not meant for 10 houses and a radio station. You take away our power and our civilization will collapse. You don't even need scary alien monsters.

Aliens from space!!!! OOOO! So here they come, the big dummies crash landing onto earth. Then they immediately start massacring the human race....and yet they do not know how to swim? They can traverse the vast deadly chasm of space but when it comes to traversing some watery waves they sink like a rock. Did the blind bastards build a spaceship with those spike hands? Or did they take space Ubers to get here? (Elon Musk's next capital venture) I guess in the next installment of "A Loud Place" we will get these answers

Yes there are many things that fall apart for this movie once you dig a little deeper. Trunk baby....oooh boy don't open that trunk! Babies puke, pee and poo constantly....best to keep that one sealed shut. Aliens with supersensitive hearing but cannot hear breathing or a heartbeat? Kid walking on a leg within hours of it getting smashed in a rusty bear trap. Talk about tetanus. Without technology and modern medicine it would have meant chop it off, peg leg it up and start your new career as a pirate. So don't look to deep into the logistics of this movie. Enjoy it for the suspense, drama and sound is lava entertainment value.
D. WilliamsReviewed in the United States on July 29, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
A good suspenseful movie
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I only watched this movie because it's free with my subscription, otherwise I would never have watched it. I was not a fan of the first one, probably was one of the few who thought it was a terrible movie. I hated that movie because it opened with killing a child and it closed by killing the father, and it is one of the few movies I've only watched once. So having nothing else to do on this hot summer night, I decided to take advantage of this freebie, and boy am I glad I gave in! I was totally surprised, I really enjoyed this. The fact that the beginning at least answered some of my questions which weren't answered in the first, and it became more understandable, although, I was originally hoping they'd spend more time showing the humans fighting those creatures at least for a while before it brought us back to where they left off in the first. But, it did deliver an interesting story which I actually sat down and enjoyed, which I don't do too often these days. Almost every minute, you didn't know what to expect because I kept looking for those creatures to jump out at them at almost every corner. Watching a mother and her young children including a newborn, trying to survive in that hellish world where every little bit of sound could mean death was one of the most frightening things one could think of, which at times, you find yourself holding your breath just like you were there. And this movie at least left me feeling a lot more hopeful for the characters than the first one did.
SiegeReviewed in the United States on September 19, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Ruins a perfect movie by ruining a simple apocalypse
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Remember when A Quiet Place released a few years ago? Remember how creepy the monsters were or how deftly sound was used to create tension even under the simplest of scenarios? Remember how it was a good movie because it kept everything simple? Great news: they expanded a world that didn't need expansion and managed to make the original worse in hindsight (slow clap). Not only did part 2 ruin its original by turning into a generic action flick, but it even ruined the monsters by making them pathetic. Was there seriously NO ONE in any war room in the country who thought "How about we put some a-hole 200 yards offshore and just blare AC\DC until they all drown themselves?" Did the best strategic minds REALLY think the best idea was to plant people offshore until a magic bullet was discovered? What made 1 special was that, as far as the audience knew, the family was the last group on earth. Sure, there might have been pockets elsewhere, but humanity was definitely in decline unless something was done soon. Now, with the expanded world and people not nearly as endangered as originally thought, the stakes aren't really felt. Why should I care about the Abbotts survival when they are still just a single fish in the sea? When 1 ended, they were roughed up but victorious at a terrible cost and, despite that cost, hope was felt. Part 2 made me root for the aliens because humanity proved itself too stupid to survive.
DianemcfarlaneReviewed in the United States on September 3, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
Very disappointing
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I am really happy I didn’t pay to see this at the movie theater. I am also happy I didn’t pay the $19.99 for the early release viewing either.

This part 2 could have easily been a part 1. It was part 1B. It basically ended the same way part 1 did. You don’t get any new insight about the creatures I.e, where they come from, what they want, their colonies no nothing.

In part 1 at the end they figured out how to kill them right? Well, If you already know how to kill them then why not start off the movie showing how you’ve come up with an extraordinary device that kills them? Part 2 could have been about them traveling to different places with the killing device, killing them along the way. Or something to that affect. The entire story line really didn’t make any sense. There is no military. You don’t know what’s going on in the rest of the world…it’s just so much that’s not right with this movie.

The movie really aggravated me. I had such high hopes and expectations. I probably would have been kicked out the movie theater for yelling at the screen. Seriously.

Anyway, if you just want to watch for the sake of watching, go for it. I promise you will be very disappointed…
Chicken LittleReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
The movie belonged to the brother and sister
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and it was fitting.

The two young stars probably should have been the main characters of the first movie. Whatever the reason they weren't, our director, John, fixed it in this movie.

Gone are the peculiar world-building choices from the first movie. (Cillian's character wears shoes in this one.) Instead, the settings are simpler, more mundane and more familiar.

This movie features two of the more memorable car chase scenes in recent years. The choice of long takes and close camera angle change it to a more visceral experience.

Unlike the first movie where a sequence of events unfolded before our eyes, this one built tension and then released it. John learned from his prior experience and had gotten better at story-telling.

What I wished he had kept from the first movie, was his visual stylization. Though not on the same level as Snyder or Mendes, it did seem he was trying for a personalized look.

All in all, it was not a bad effort. The movie was quite watchable with crisp pacing that only put extra emphasis on the two young characters' moments. For that, my hat's off.
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